Despite having his findings brought into question, Knowlton says he will continue to search for sites with syllabic
writing in order to prove his theories.
The singing style is highly syllabic
with predominantly one note sung on each syllable of text, as is evident in Example 1.
On the other hand, there is still a significant segment of the population who are most comfortable using syllabics
. Advances in computer technology now allow for the production of syllabic
publications at the stroke of a key.
In other words, languages that are spoken faster (i.e., that have a higher syllabic
rate) tend to pack less information into each individual syllable (i.e.
James Evans--an English-born immigrant-turned-missionary--inaugurated Canadian type design by developing an indigenous syllabic
script for two closely related Algonquian languages, Ojibwa and Cree.
This article shows how syllabic
and metrical constraints interact differently in two dialects of Bunun, despite their similarity in that both dialects exhibit modifications of vowel clusters in response to the ONSET constraint.
Two aspects of the structure of texts influence the way in which they are melodically treated: syllabic
structure and beating structure.
Despite a brilliant quintet of male soloists, heroic in the composer's demands for deft articulation amid a welter of distorted syllabic
stress, ticking like manic clockwork, the piece outlived its welcome with its samey, unrelenting textures.
Finally, and of paramount importance for DG, every (new) item of vocabulary is presented in orthographic and phonetic script, with the syllabic
structure of the word indicated.
The Sinhala language is characterized by the melodic shifty stress or its essence, the opposition between long and short vowels, the Ablaut variants of the vowels and the syllabic
alphabet which, of course, might impact the vowel harmony and can be a feature of all the leveled Indo-European languages.